Seasoned Technology Executives Join TOTUS Solutions

TOTUS Solutions has named John B. Hanby as SVP of Worldwide Sales, Per Hanssen as VP of System Solutions and Paula Gill as VP of Service Delivery.

TOTUS Solutions, Inc. announced the addition of three seasoned technology executives to its management team and the opening of its new headquarters in Austin, TX. John B. Hanby was named SVP of Worldwide Sales, Per Hanssen, VP of System Solutions and Paula Gill, VP of Service Delivery.

“This team’s experience and expertise with a track record for execution across the Telecommunications, Wireless, and the Electronic Security Industries will continue the company’s momentum in creating industry leading security solutions and services to TOTUS Reseller Customers and End Users," said Gregory G. Williams, president and CEO of TOTUS Solutions.

Hanby joins TOTUS from AMX, where he was the VP of Government Sales, and has 25 years of experience in a variety of senior executive positions. Prior to AMX, he worked at Dell, Lockheed Martin, TRW, and PGi and has lead significant sales growth in Global Commercial Accounts, Large Corporate Accounts, Department of Defense, Civilian and Intelligence Agencies.

“The TOTUS Technology is a purpose-built IP based High Definition Surveillance, LED Lighting, and Communications Platform. It can be deployed and integrated into existing infrastructure, or replace legacy systems with a single integrated solution…based on customer feedback, it is a knockout punch from a TCO and ROIC perspective,” said Mr. Hanby, SVP of Worldwide Sales.

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